Supreme Court Won't Review Vanda's IP Obviousness Appeal
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s request for review of how the Federal Circuit is deciding whether patents are invalid as obvious, ending the company's attempt to revive patents covering its sleep disorder drug Hetlioz ..read more
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Jane Street Denied TRO In Trade Theft Suit Against Millennium
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3d ago
A New York federal judge on Friday refused Jane Street Group LLC's bid for an emergency order after the trading firm accused rival Millennium Management LLC and two former employees of stealing and misappropriating a confidential trading strategy ..read more
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Nestle Strikes Deal Ending Gray-Market Drinks Trademark Row
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3d ago
Nestle USA Inc. and two food distributors have asked a Texas federal judge to permanently dismiss their trademark infringement fight accusing the distributors of illegally selling so-called gray-market versions of Nescafe Clasico and Abuelita products, saying parties recently reached a settlement agreement ..read more
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Don't Let The Rush Into AI Create Risk Blind Spots, Cos. Told
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3d ago
As corporations increasingly adopt artificial intelligence capabilities into their workflows, they should also implement guardrails to stave off major risks the rapidly evolving technology poses, lawyers said during a New York City Bar panel discussion Friday ..read more
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Vidal Undoes PTAB Denial That Cited Previous Settled Case
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3d ago
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Director Kathi Vidal on Friday faulted the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's denial of a petition challenging a lighting patent based on a previous review of the same patent by an unrelated company that settled ..read more
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Judge Mulls Axing Biomedical Cos.' $25M Punitive Damages
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3d ago
Not enough evidence supports Skye Orthobiologics' $25.5 million punitive damages award against an ex-employee found to have breached his fiduciary duties by leveraging Skye's proprietary information, a California federal judge has ruled, asking for briefing on whether the proper remedy is to cut the damages or grant a new trial ..read more
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Del. Court Won't Invalidate Coupon IP On Alice 'Borderline'
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3d ago
A Pennsylvania federal judge sitting in Delaware has determined that Inmar Brand Solutions Inc.'s coupon-processing system patents are not abstract and therefore should not be invalidated under the U.S. Supreme Court's Alice precedent ..read more
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Tattoo Artist Loses IP Trial Against NBA 2K Video Game Cos.
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3d ago
An Ohio federal jury on Friday found in favor of the makers of the video game series NBA 2K, which were accused by a tattoo artist of infringing copyrights he has on tattoos that he inked on LeBron James and other basketball players ..read more
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Steelmaker Asks ITC To Halt EV Imports From Vietnamese Co.
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3d ago
Luxembourg-based steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal is asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to bar electric vehicle imports from Vinfast, which claims to be the first Vietnamese business to ship electric cars worldwide, with ArcelorMittal saying the company is infringing its patented aluminum-steel coating ..read more
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Protein Powder Co. Can't Boost $10M Trade Dress Award
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3d ago
Protein powder maker Orgain wasn't able to increase its $10 million jury award it won in a trade dress infringement lawsuit against a rival, with a California federal judge saying she wouldn't give it a "massive windfall ..read more
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